Aizuya Inn
Aizuya Inn
Aizuya Inn
Aizuya Inn
Aizuya Inn
Aizuya Inn
Aizuya Inn
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7.4

Very good
/10
(166 reviews)See what guests said
Breakfast1
Housekeeping1
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6.5

Good

Location rating score

Parking
Available
Popular landmarks
Ueno Park 2.8 km
Ginza 6.9 km
Tokyo Tower 9.2 km
Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden 9.4 km
Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building observation room 10.7 km
Meiji Jingu 10.8 km
Shibuya Crossing 11.8 km
Nearby landmarks
Mikaeri Willow 500 m
Kozukappara Execution Grounds 590 m
Hashiba Fudoson 640 m
Hashibaji Fudoin Temple 640 m
Minami Senju Train Station 650 m
Ishihama Shrine 720 m
Ichiyo Museum 780 m
Eikyuji Temple 800 m
Jokanji Temple 820 m
Yoshiwara-jinja Shrine 870 m
Free Wi-Fi

Aizuya Inn

1-24-11 Nihonzutsumi, Taito-ku, Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan, 111-0021 - See map
  • 500 meters to public transportation

  • Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!

  • Air conditioning

  • Ticket services

  • Laundry service

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Value for money8.0
Location rating6.5
Nearest airportHaneda Airport (HND)
Distance to airport19.9 km

Rooms available at Aizuya Inn

Very good
Room comfort & quality
7.7
Single - Non-Smoking
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  • Room size: 5 m²/54 ft²
  • Non-smoking
  • 1 single bed
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Dormitory
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  • Room size: 16 m²/172 ft²
  • Non-smoking
  • 1 bunk bed
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Bunk Bed in Mixed Dormitory Room
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  • Room size: 16 m²/172 ft²
  • Shower
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Single Room
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  • Room size: 5 m²/54 ft²
  • Shower
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Twin - Non-Smoking
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  • Room size: 8 m²/86 ft²
  • Non-smoking
  • 2 single beds
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Twin Room
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  • Room size: 7 m²/75 ft²
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Standard Room
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  • Shower
  • Shared bathroom
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Room Assigned on Arrival
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  • Shower
  • Shared bathroom
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Single Room, Japanese Futon
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    Triple Room
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      Frequently asked questions

      How much does it cost to stay at Aizuya Inn?

      Room rates depend on the dates, room types, and number of guests, so please click here to see the latest and best deals from Agoda!

      What time is check-in and check-out at Aizuya Inn?

      Check-in is from 12:00 PM, and check-out is until 10:00 AM. You may request early check-in or late check-out during booking, subject to availability. Guests checking in or out before or after the designated periods may be charged an additional fee. The hostel offers luggage storage to guests for before check-in and after check-out.

      How do I get to Aizuya Inn?

      For those who wish to drive their own cars, Aizuya Inn has a car park right on site for maximum convenience.

      What is the smoking policy at Aizuya Inn?

      Aizuya Inn does not permit smoking in any of its rooms, but allows smoking in designated areas.

      What is the closest train, metro, or bus station to Aizuya Inn?

      Higaghi-Asakusa Bus Stop is the closest train, metro, or bus station, about 490 m away from Aizuya Inn.

      What restaurants are nearby Aizuya Inn?

      Aizuya Inn is located in Asakusa, famous for good restaurants such as Cafe Bach, Saizeriya Taito Kiyokawa and Maruchiba.

      What popular shopping places are close to Aizuya Inn?

      Aizuya Inn is located in Asakusa area which features shopping places such as Nakamise Shopping Street (Kaminarimon), TOKYO Solamachi and Hatonomachidori Shopping Street.

      What popular natural sightseeing spots are close to Aizuya Inn?

      Aizuya Inn is located in the Asakusa area, which is famous for natural sightseeing destinations such as Sumida Sports and Health Center and Tachibana Taisho Minkaen (Old Koyama Residence).

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      Room comfort score
      7.7/10
      Value for money score
      8/10
      Cleanliness score
      7.9/10
      Service score
      7.6/10
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      Overall rating:

      7.4

      Very good
      166 reviews
      Cleanliness
      7.9
      Facilities
      7.2
      Location
      6.5
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      More about Aizuya Inn

      More about Aizuya Inn

      Featured in magazines and TV programs, this 19-room hostel catches the medias attention with its unique blend of modern and traditional Japanese decoration. Cozy and multi-cultural, Aizuya Inn attracts both families and backpackers thanks to its great value and ideal location. Stay in the heart of Old Tokyo where nearby areas to explore include Asakusa, Ueno, Yanaka, and Akihabara. A peaceful sanctuary in the bustling city of Tokyo, Aizuya Inn is the perfect choice for either business or sightseeing trips.

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      Amenities and facilities
      Very good
      Facilities

      7.2

      Most talked about facilities

      Housekeeping

      10 mentions

      Internet

      7 mentions

      Breakfast

      6 mentions

      Languages spoken

      • English
      • French
      • Italian
      • Japanese
      • Portuguese
      • Spanish
      • Vietnamese

      Internet access

      • Free Wi-Fi in all rooms!
      • Wi-Fi in public areas

      Things to do, ways to relax

      • Ticket services
      • Tours

      Dining, drinking, and snacking

      • Kitchen
      • Restaurants
      • Room service

      Services and conveniences

      • Concierge
      • Elevator
      • Fireplace
      • Laundry service
      • Library
      • Luggage storage
      • Safety deposit boxes
      • Smoke-free property
      • Smoking area

      For the kids

      • Family room

      Access

      • Pets allowed

      Getting around

      • Car park [on-site]

      Sports equipment rental

      • Bicycle rental

      Available in all rooms

      • Air conditioning
      • Free bottled water
      • Internet access – wireless
      • Non-smoking
      • Refrigerator
      • Satellite/cable channels
      • Shared bathroom
      • Wi-Fi [free]
      Location
      1-24-11 Nihonzutsumi, Taito-ku, Asakusa, Tokyo, Japan, 111-0021
      Good
      Location

      6.5

      Airports

      • Haneda Airport (HND)
        19.9 km 33 min drive
      • Narita International Airport (NRT)
        53.7 km 1.0 hour drive

      Public transportation

      • Minami Senju Train Station
        650 m 10 min walk

      Hospital or clinic

      • Sensoji Hospital
        1.4 km 8 min drive

      Shopping

      • Ameyoko Shopping Street
        3.1 km

      Convenience store

      • Lawson
        690 m 10 min walk

      Cash withdrawal

      • ATM
        360 m 5 min walk
      What's nearby

      Popular landmarks

      • Ueno Park
        2.8 km
      • Ginza
        6.9 km
      • Tokyo Tower
        9.2 km
      • Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden
        9.4 km
      • Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building observation room
        10.7 km
      • Meiji Jingu
        10.8 km
      • Shibuya Crossing
        11.8 km

      Nearby landmarks

      • Mikaeri Willow
        500 m
      • Kozukappara Execution Grounds
        590 m
      • Hashiba Fudoson
        640 m
      • Hashibaji Fudoin Temple
        640 m
      • Minami Senju Train Station
        650 m
      • Ishihama Shrine
        720 m
      • Ichiyo Museum
        780 m
      • Eikyuji Temple
        800 m
      • Jokanji Temple
        820 m
      • Yoshiwara-jinja Shrine
        870 m
      Distances shown are straight-line distances on the map. Actual travel distances may vary.
      Property policies
      Children and extra beds

      Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose. Please check the individual room capacity for more details.

      All children are welcome.

      Infant 0-3 year(s)
      Stay for free if using existing bedding.
      Baby cot/crib may be requested directly from the property.
      Children 4-10 year(s)
      Stay for free if using existing bedding.
      If you need an extra bed, it will incur an additional charge.
      Guests 11 years and older are considered as adults
      Must use an extra bed which will incur an additional charge.
      Others
      • Reception is open until 10:00 PM. Guests arriving outside these hours are requested to contact the property directly prior to arrival so alternative arrangements can be made.
      • Check-in or check-out outside the mentioned hours may be subject to an additional charge.
      • When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.
      Some helpful facts

      Check-in/Check-out

      • Check-in from12:00
      • Check-out until10:00
      • Reception open until22:00

      Getting around

      • Travel time to airport (minutes)36

      The property

      • Non-smoking rooms/floorsYes
      • Number of floors4
      • Number of rooms 19
      • Room voltage110
      • Most recent renovation2007

      Reviews of Aizuya Inn from real guests

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      7.4
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      10
      Cleanliness7.9
      Facilities7.2
      Location6.5
      Room comfort and quality7.7
      Service7.6
      Value for money8.0
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      Rating
      9+ Exceptional (23)
      8-9 Excellent (36)
      7-8 Very Good (37)
      6-7 Good (22)
      <6 Below Expectation (40)
      Time of the year
      Mar - May (33)
      Jun - Aug (12)
      Sep - Nov (45)
      Dec - Feb (68)
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      9.7
      Exceptional
      Christian from Peru
      Solo traveler
      Twin - Non-Smoking
      Stayed 2 nights in September 2011

      lovely hotel, cozy and very friendly staff!”

      cozy hotel, friendy staff , location

      this was a very pleasant surprise for me! very nice hostel, cozy and comfortable. the staff was very kinda and friendly. i got late that night and maho (staff) was very kind and helpful. the location also is excellent. a few minutes away from asakusa and and the main attractions in tokyo. i really enjoyed my stay at aizuya inn!

      Reviewed October 04, 2011

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      8.7
      Excellent
      Khor from Malaysia
      Solo traveler
      Dormitory
      Stayed 4 nights in November 2013

      Pretty good”

      Very clean, friendly staffs, fast check in and out

      With friendly staff, clean and quite place, a little bit far from Minami station but I prefer this because I compare with nearest Minami station hotel or guess house they really not allow friends to visit them event in lobby but Aizuya Inn is pretty nice with biggest heart to welcome friends hanging inside lobby to know each other's sharing their explore in Tokyo and others countries. Consider is cheaper budget room if you would like stay longer in Tokyo. Staff will going out having fun, bar with you. It was really fun I compare with so many hotel in Tokyo. I will go again when I go again in Tokyo.

      Reviewed November 20, 2013

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      7.7
      Very good
      Nathaniel from United States
      Solo traveler
      Single - Non-Smoking
      Stayed 24 nights in December 2011

      Good as it gets for the cost”

      Clean, comfortable, cheap.

      the aizuya inn has a wonderful interior, pleasant staff, and is inexpensive. the staff was in fact much nicer and more accommodating than the staff at most american hotels i've been in. on the other hand, the rooms are very small. for a single room, it was roughly 5 feet by 10 feet. i had no problems with this, as i was not visiting japan to spend time in the hotel. second, the hotel is in one of the poorer areas of tokyo. i would describe the area as warn down. at no time did i feel unsafe in the area, but do note there is absolutely nothing of interest accessible without a quick train ride. on that note, the train station the hotel is near (minami-senju) is rather distant from most of the popular areas in tokyo. traveling to shinjuku from the hotel took about 40 minutes (using the jr joban and yamanote lines). akihabara, on the other hand, is only about 5 minutes on the metro. if you are considering visiting the aizuya inn, you probably are doing so because of the cost. although there are certainly some downsides to the hotel, for the price you are paying, i doubt there are many better options in tokyo.

      Reviewed January 17, 2012

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      9.3
      Exceptional
      baojun from Australia
      Solo traveler
      Single - Non-Smoking
      Stayed 2 nights in April 2012

      Comfortable budget stay, kind and helpful staff”

      good value, helpful staff, nice neighbors and convenience surrounding, great place to stay for sightseeing

      i thought that i had made a review weeks ago about the aizuya inn. now i found that i still can make another reviews...so i loved to say again that aizuya inn is a good place to stay for budget/solo travelers. although some people said that the location maybe a bit far away from the city center,getting around by public transport is very convenient. within 30 minutes, you can go to the cbd by train.

      Reviewed July 02, 2012

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      9.3
      Exceptional
      shayne from Malaysia
      Solo traveler
      Single - Non-Smoking
      Stayed 6 nights in April 2012

      quiet and friendly hostel”

      friendly, quiet

      information. staff where helpful and knowledgeable. just ask them if you want to know something. and they can help you phone up and arrange things at your next destination. plenty of brochures are available as well. internet. free and fast wifi and pcs. local tv only in the rooms. food. the kitchen is tiny but has all the equipment you need. tea and coffee were complimentary as well as basic breakfast. you can score a full breakfast one day by promising to write a review! a table is available to eat at. across from the inn is a butcher who sells fried food cheaply. allow y1000 for good meal at a restaurant and y500 for a small beer. vibe. friendly and relaxed. guests are quiet and considerate of others so you can get a good sleep. location. at least 20 mins walk to anything interesting in asakusa. trade off for the quietness i guess. 10 mins to train though. we walked about to ueno one day - 70 mins. trains shut down after midnight so party goers might want to stay closer to ueno/shibuya/rippongi. extra costs to plan for. a load of washing cost 100 yen for washer and y500 for drying. shower y100 (x2?). towel y100 (once off). all day on tokyo metro y700. shower and toilet. shared but clean – no probs. plenty of time to shower (5 mins) if you turn the tap off while lathering urself up. timer only counts down while water is running.

      Reviewed April 21, 2012

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      8.7
      Excellent
      shayne from Malaysia
      Couple
      Twin - Non-Smoking
      Stayed 6 nights in April 2012

      friendly and quiet hostel”

      quiet, friendly and attentive staff, full and clean facilites

      information. staff where helpful and knowledgeable. just ask them if you want to know something. and they can help you phone up and arrange things at your next destination. plenty of brochures are available as well. internet. free and fast wifi and pcs. local tv only in the rooms. food. the kitchen is tiny but has all the equipment you need. tea and coffee were complimentary as well as basic breakfast. you can score a full breakfast one day by promising to write a review! a table is available to eat at. across from the inn is a butcher who sells fried food cheaply. allow y1000 for good meal at a restaurant and y500 for a small beer. vibe. friendly and relaxed. guests are quiet and considerate of others so you can get a good sleep. location. at least 20 mins walk to anything interesting in asakusa. trade off for the quietness i guess. 10 mins to train though. we walked about to ueno one day - 70 mins. trains shut down after midnight so party goers might want to stay closer to ueno/shibuya/rippongi. extra costs to plan for. a load of washing cost 100 yen for washer and y500 for drying. shower y100 (x2?). towel y100 (once off). all day on tokyo metro y700. shower and toilet. shared but clean – no probs. plenty of time to shower (5 mins) if you turn the tap off while lathering urself up. timer only counts down while water is running.

      Reviewed April 21, 2012

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      7.7
      Very good
      GAN from China
      Solo traveler
      Dormitory
      Stayed 1 night in October 2012

      Budget hotel with good food”

      Price, food

      aizuya inn maybe the cheapest guesthouse in tokyo you can find on the internet, so i guess i can not complain too much with such price. but i try to review subjectly to make some inference for the comers. the reception lady is very nice. the smell in the shoes closet is terrible. the food in the restraunt are quite good. the bed in the domitory is too soft and making very loud noise when you make a slight move. you have to pay 100 yen coin for 5 minutes hot water if you want to take a shower. the jr and tokyo metro stations are 10 minutes walk.

      Reviewed October 15, 2012

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      8.0
      Excellent
      Suriya from Thailand
      Group
      Twin - Non-Smoking
      Stayed 3 nights in September 2012

      friendly and Cheap to stay in Tokyo”

      Easy to get in Tokyo

      Friendly,Internet free can play in bed room,in front of Aizuya Inn can see The Japan sky tree new sightseeing of Tokyo and Tallest tower in the world this moment.at loby have free PC for internet, b ut kitchen too small, bed room is ok not too small for asain two persons,clean toilet and shower room but in shower room you need to use 100Yen to shower in 5 minutes,

      Reviewed October 03, 2012

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      9.0
      Exceptional
      michael from Australia
      Couple
      Twin - Non-Smoking
      Stayed 6 nights in November 2012

      a great traditional stay”

      lovely interior and friendly staff

      the aizuya was a great place to stay with lovely japanese styled room friendly helpful staff and was walking distance from the train station. easy to get to anywhere in tokyo. all in all i was extremely happy with my stay and would stay again.

      Reviewed November 29, 2012

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      9.7
      Exceptional
      Ewa from Australia
      Group
      Dormitory
      Stayed 2 nights in February 2012

      Gorgeous litle inn with great service”

      Very cute, original style. Nice bar. Good service. Has everything!

      we were upgraded to a private room at no extra charge. the entire building had super cute decoration with heaps of character - we made a point of exploring the 'themes' of all the toilets and showers. the bar is very reasonably priced, is a bit cozy and serves decent food and the bartender nori-san made some amazing drink recommendations. the room we had had individual air conditioning control, a television (not that we used it) and a large window we could open as we wished. the comunal area downstairs had a comfy, quirky sitting room and computers with internet access. there was also a laundry, a little mini kitchen and vending machines. everything was wonderfully clean and new looking. there was free wifi and 'events' at the bar whilst we were there (with free food). it is about a ten minute walk to minami-senju train station (getting the right exit is a bit tricky) and is close to tokyo central, akihabara, and less than a half hour train ride from harajuku. all in all, we two aussie girls both loved our stay here.

      Reviewed March 13, 2012

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      9.7
      Exceptional
      Joseph from United States
      Solo traveler
      Dormitory
      Stayed 6 nights in January 2012

      Great location and privacy at low price”

      Private single rooms, close to all major tourist locations, great staff

      For the price you would have a hard time finding a better place. You get the comfort and privacy of a single room at the price of a single bed at a hostel in other areas in Tokyo. The location is pretty friendly as well. Ten minutes to Ueno and about thirty to Roponggi. Like most other places, there is a coin operated shower and laundry. The drier is seriously small and underpowered though. If you're trying to dry something like jeans, it would take 3 coins (300 yen at about 1.5 hours.) Alternatively, they have line drying on the roof.There are 7-11s about 2 minutes from the hostel and noodle shops and a Dennys near the train station. The bar across the street also serve an option of English/continental/Japanese breakfast and you can get a 100yes discount from the hostel.

      Reviewed January 30, 2012

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      7.3
      Very good
      Allen from Australia
      Solo traveler
      Single - Non-Smoking
      Stayed 1 night in October 2011

      Ok for a day or two”

      Price, room was clean.

      The Aizuya Inn is quite a way from the Station, and there is no signage from the main st (atleast I did not see any) However the room was very clean, with TV. The rooms are tetami - so if don't like that pay more and stay somewhere else. The Kitchen / laundry however was dirty - other guests are such pigs. Most of the other travellers there were from the USA, so that explains why. You have to pay for a shower - yen for 5 minutes of hot water.

      Reviewed October 16, 2011

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      9.3
      Exceptional
      Richard from United States
      Solo traveler
      Single - Non-Smoking
      Stayed 11 nights in January 2013

      Great place to stay in north Tokyo”

      Close to JR/Tokyo Metro station. Walking distance of Asakusa.

      I had a really nice stay. Everyone there was friendly. Inn keepers were very friendly! Small, but very affordable! Showers are 100 yen for 5 minutes (but this is plenty). Bathrooms are a bit cramped if you're tall (but so is the rest of Tokyo!). Overall I had a really nice stay!

      Reviewed January 25, 2013

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      10.0
      Exceptional
      THANAPORN from Thailand
      Solo traveler
      Bunk Bed in Mixed Dormitory Room
      Stayed 2 nights in January 2017

      Cozy place, kind staff, convenient area”

      I really like this place. I booked the dorm bed for 2 nights but they offer me the private room instead (which I don't know why but really appreciate it). The private room is warm and cozy with Japanese style (sleep on the futon). This hostel located on good area. There are many supermarket around and just 20 minutes walk to Asakusa temple. At first I think it's quite far from subway but actually it's really near and convenient. Around this area is not noisy. The staffs are so kind and willing to help. But for the shower, you have to pay 100 Yen/ 5 minutes. All in all, I would like to stay this place again.

      Reviewed January 08, 2017

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      10.0
      Exceptional
      Melanie from United States
      Group
      Dormitory
      Stayed 1 night in September 2012

      Absolutely wonderful experience. ”

      English/French language. The staff was extremely helpful and fun to talk to.

      i immediately felt at home when i entered the inn. it was my first hostel experience and i loved the sociable environment. i have never interacted so much with other guests and staff. i would give up the privacy of i western style hotel for the social aspect of a hostel any day. any question was answered and the free maps rule!

      Reviewed September 03, 2012

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      4.3
      Cherry from China
      Couple
      Twin - Non-Smoking
      Stayed 2 nights in September 2014

      not worth your money”

      the common room, maps and brochures,

      Despite the apparently warm atmosphere of the common room, staying at Aizuya Inn wasn’t a pleasant experience. The second thing customers are welcomed with after a normal “Hello” is a polite but pretty strict “Please put your shoes in the cupboard” - cupboard that speeds a fragrance of deodorant mixed with feet smell in the room. The bad experience doesn’t stop here. In random order: - a deposit of 1000yen is required for the key - what for? Especially that you cannot return the key after 10pm or before 8am, so what about early planes and late nights out discovering the city? Refund can be done by Paypal, but that’s another thing you need to deal with, not them. - the common fridge seems to be cleaned every year - there is no tea in the room - but there is a TV, in case you want to rent a game console (because tea doesn’t make more money) - the location is somewhat far from interesting things to do in Asakusa - taking a shower will cost 100yen per 5 minutes - and it’s not your personal shower - renting a towel will cost 100yen - and it comes with extra hair form other customers, maybe explaining the cost? - nails coming out of the stairs threaten to stab your feet - because Aizyua doesn’t provide slippers (if they did, I guess they’d rent them!) and requires to leaves the shoes in the smelly cupboard. Most important point of the experience: Aizuya Inn makes you feel like an annoying guest in someone else’s house, but not really like a customer. If the above list appeals to you, staying at Aizuya Inn is recommended. Otherwise, run away - possibly closer to the dynamic part of Asakusa, where interesting things are.

      Reviewed September 10, 2014

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      8.3
      Excellent
      NamYoung from South Korea
      Solo traveler
      Single - Non-Smoking
      Stayed 1 night in June 2012

      normal”

      can walk to Asakusa, relatively cheap

      You can walk to Asakusa. Although it takes about 30minutes... the room was good. not nice but enough to sleep. for size of the single room, about 2 girls might stay in one single room. you can use Wifi. They offered breakfast which is consisted of 2 loaf of bread and jam (delicious) and miso soup, orange juice. It's not fascinating but will make you feel refreshed. the staff was nice and gave me lots of maps and information.

      Reviewed July 12, 2012

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      6.0
      Vincenzo from Italy
      Solo traveler
      Single - Non-Smoking
      Stayed 2 nights in September 2012

      It is an average hostel”

      Staff speaks English

      The Aizuya Inn is basically an hostel. It will not be bad if located in another part of the world but perform poorly if compared with some ryokan located nearby. The staff are not locals and they speak English but they are not very helpful. For example I had two bags and I had a room at the 2nd floor with not lift and the personnel did not help me out. They do not offer towels and you need to pay 100 Yen for a 5 minutes shower. Paying for a shower is something that I did not experience so far. It is not bad (for some reasons French speakers seem to be abundant there) but if you go in a Japanese runryokan you will get the real experience e better value for money.

      Reviewed September 20, 2012

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      9.0
      Exceptional
      Benjamin from Australia
      Solo traveler
      Single - Non-Smoking
      Stayed 6 nights in November 2013

      Pleasant place to stay, excellent value for money”

      Room to self, friendly atmosphere, comfortable

      Great place to stay in Tokyo, kind of felt like home for the time there. Easygoing and friendly atmosphere. Bike rental is great and cheap and a must if you're thinking about bike riding in Tokyo.

      Reviewed December 07, 2013

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      8.7
      Excellent
      Csongor from Hungary
      Group
      Dormitory
      Stayed 1 night in August 2012

      Inexpensive, correct place to stay for a night”

      Washing machines, air-con, helpful english-speaking staff

      Booked really last minute, were some problem with checking in, but managed at the end with the help of the boss. Room great and well air-conditioned: a blessing in summer! Cheap place compared to other accommodation in Tokyo.

      Reviewed February 28, 2013

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